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Murky with drizzly rain and hill fog at first. Becoming mostly dry with bright spells developing. Further rain may reach southern counties of Wales by late afternoon. Feeling much milder. Maximum Temperature 11 °C.
Mostly dry at first this evening but becoming increasingly windy overnight with showers developing, these turning wintry over the highest ground by the morning. Feeling cold but largely frost free. Minimum Temperature 1 °C.
A day of sunshine and showers, some heavy with hail and cold enough for snow over the higher mountains. Feeling cold in the blustery northwesterly winds. Maximum Temperature 8 °C.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Drier and sunnier on Sunday and still rather windy. Rain and hill snow on Monday, but brighter later. Possibly very windy by Tuesday with further rain. Feeling cold.
Updated at: 0128 on Fri 3 Dec 2021
Rain and drizzle clearing slowly southeastwards across England and Wales before further rain returns to the southwest later. Northern parts mostly dry and bright but showers affecting northern and western Scotland, becoming persistent and heavier later. Milder in the south.
Evening rain clearing from southern England, then a drier spell before further rain and showers move southeastwards across most parts. Turning windy in the west.
A mixture of sunny spells and showers, the showers heaviest and most frequent in the north and west with some hail and thunder. Feeling cold in strong and gusty winds.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Cold and frosty for western areas early Sunday. Showers elsewhere, with snow over high ground. Organised band of rain clears east Monday, preceded by snow. Wet and increasingly windy Tuesday.
Updated at: 0050 on Fri 3 Dec 2021
UK Outlook for Tuesday 7 Dec 2021 to Thursday 16 Dec 2021:
Tuesday is likely to be a rather cold, unsettled and windy day with showers and longer periods of rain, these heavy at times with possible snow over high ground. For the rest of this period, unsettled conditions are likely to continue with spells of wet and windy weather, interspersed by interludes of sunshine and showers. More prolonged spells of rain are possible, heavy at times with snow over high ground and potentially reaching lower levels at times. Initially these are likely across the south and west, although the greatest risk probably transfers north through the period, which could then see rain turning wintry at times. Generally cold, with milder interludes briefly in the south. Generally windy with a risk of coastal gales. Overnight frost and icy patches are likely throughout.
Updated at: 1340 on Thu 2 Dec 2021
UK Outlook for Friday 17 Dec 2021 to Friday 31 Dec 2021:
Getting into the Christmas period, it is likely to be milder than earlier in the month, with temperatures near to above normal, although some colder spells remain possible. It is likely to become more settled around Christmas and towards New Year with increased chance of overnight frost and fog during clearer spells.
Updated at: 1341 on Thu 2 Dec 2021
Location: 53.3238, -3.8263
Altitude: 1.0 m above mean sea level